Transit in TO: Transit Expansion
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The City of Toronto, Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) and Metrolinx are working together to bring more transit to communities across the city with connections to the entire Greater Toronto and Hamilton Region.
There are a number of transit expansion projects currently underway, each in different phases of planning, approval, design and construction. Collectively each of these projects are building Toronto and the region’s transit network. This page provides a directory to the many initiatives under way to expand and improve transit in Toronto.
- Relief Line
- Scarborough Subway Extension
- Eglinton East LRT
- Eglinton West LRT
- Waterfront Transit Reset
- Toronto-York Spadina Subway Extension
- Yonge Relief Network Study
- Feeling Congested (City of Toronto Official Plan Review)
- The Big Move Regional Transportation Plan (Legislated Review)
- Fare Integration
The City, TTC and Metrolinx held public consultations in May and June to engage the public in integrated transit planning that is going on in the region.
May 2016 presentation
May 31 – Scarborough Civic Centre
February to March 2016 Consultations
June 2015 Consultations
June 13 – Burnhamthorpe Collegiate InstituteJune 15 – Estonian HouseJune 17 – Spring Garden ChurchJune 18 – Archbishop Romero Catholic Secondary SchoolJune 20 – Hyatt Regency HotelJune 22 – Sir Winston Churchill Collegiate InstituteJune 24 – Scarborough Civic CentreJune 25 – Riverdale Collegiate Institute
These files are in PDF – view the summaries in accessible format.